New materials that exhibit a strong coupling between magnetic and electric effects are of great interest for the development of high-sensitivity detectors and other devices. This paper reports on such a coupling in a specially designed material.

Experiment shows that emergent quantum fluid behavior of helium-3 confined to one dimension is observable using special low-temperature NMR techniques.

Observing growth processes in classical alloys is extremely difficult; scientists overcame this by studying quantum systems.

At high magnetic field, free-flowing particles condense into “puddles.”

Controlled by electron interactions, the Mott transition is accompanied by a reduction in the volume of the atomic lattice.

Working with a solid form of helium at ultra-low temperatures, scientists observed a quantum phase separation that may shed light on analogous processes in classical systems like metal alloys.

Two researchers play with nanostructures in a fun, fertile physics playground: the space between two things.